someone who is good at science please help which is the correct anatomy of hamburger helper pic.twitter.com/TRW1Ah8lod
— michael SCAREa (@soongrowtired) October 14, 2017
Last week, Jackson Costa (a.k.a. “michael SCAREa“) of Somerset, Massachusetts tweeted a question asking about the correct anatomy of Hamburger Helper‘s iconic mascot, a four-fingered glove with a face named Lefty. The replies were both hilarious and creepy. On Monday, the Hamburger Helper Twitter account cleared things up by posting a photo that revealed what was actually under Lefty’s glove.
If I must pic.twitter.com/avKPZm80CX
— Helper (@helper) October 16, 2017
— Joel Carroll (@joelcarroll) October 15, 2017
I can see why you'd think it was one of those, but as an actual skeletologist I can confirm it's actually this: pic.twitter.com/OBwASgeuhd
— ?? Sinderula™ (@Sindershift) October 15, 2017
terrifying to think about pic.twitter.com/RRSPbiZjsI
— Michael Cannon (@Artildawn) October 16, 2017
I gotchu pic.twitter.com/3ztwhN1ZMJ
— Chris MacDonald (@cmacsbrain) October 15, 2017
He's actually an invertebrate made mostly of very low density fluid and air sacs, kinda like a cephalopod or jellyfish in air, not water.
— Wesley Barton ? (@Wesley_Barton) October 15, 2017
— Nels (@N_E_L_S) October 16, 2017